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Comica Social Club

Posted: April 26, 2010

You are cordially invited to the first meeting of the Comica Social Club on Thursday, 29th April 2010 at The Royal Festival Hall Central Bar from 6pm till 9pm.

The Comica Social Club is a monthly get-together to gab and network on all things comics and graphic novel related, a gathering of like minds, offering the chance to meet cartoonists, comics artists, writers, illustrators and readers too. The plan is to meet every last Thursday in the month at a London venue to be decided. Visitors and celebrities from foreign climes may well attend too if in town. On the night your host will be the Grand Master who will wear a green fez and dispense a badge to you so that you recognise other guests amid the throngs. More details on the Comica Social Club Facebook page.

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